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Little Feat Live at The Seventh Annual Targhee Music Festival on 2011-07-17




crowd/tuning
Hate To Lose Your Lovin'
Honest Man
Feel The Groove
The Blues Keep Coming
Fat Man In The Bathtub > (power outage)
Drums/Percussion/Trumpet/Trombones/Cowbell* >
Fat Man In The Bathtub > (power returns)
Abba Zabba >
Fat Man In The Bathtub
One Breath At A Time
Willin'
New Delhi Freight Train
Cajun Girl
Spanish Moon # >
Skin It Back #
Blue Suede Shoes (brass instrumental) # >
Dixie Chicken (inc. bass solo > keys/drums/horns jam # >
Tennessee Jed >
Dixie Chicken #
Encore:
Let It Roll #
Announcements


Collection LittleFeat
Band/Artist Little Feat
Date July 17, 2011
Venue The Seventh Annual Targhee Music Festival
Location Alta, WY

Source (FOB) Sennheiser 8040's (ORTF) > SD 702(@24/48)
Lineage SD 702> .wav @24/48> flac24> DVD> flac24> TLH> .wav @24/48> WaveLab 6.10> R8Brain Pro> .wav @1644.1> CD Wave Editor> TLH> flac16 (level 8)
Taped by John Marino
Transferred by John Marino


Notes

- Recorded and Transferred by John Marino

- Mastered by Alex Ford

- Tracked, flac'ed and seeded by George Berridge

- * w/ Gabe Ford, Sam Clayton, Fred Tackett, Mark Mullins, Greg Hicks, Craig Klein, Alvin Ford and Russell Batiste

- # w/ members of Bonerama

Comment:

FROM THE BONERAMA WEB SITE:

Before the festival Little Feat got in touch with us about playing with them so we were pretty hyped to be doing so.
We knew it was going to be a big day of playing with some big dogs, but we had no idea of what was going to happen.
As it turns out we were sitting backstage glowing after our hot set then the jamming with The Funky Meters when
we heard that the electricity was out all over the whole town on that mountain top. Good news was that there was a
generator powering the stage but during the Little Feat set the generator overheated and cut off.
So, for a few minutes it was just the drums and percussion jamming when we also heard Fred Tackett who plays guitar
and some trumpet with Little Feat. He started blowing his trumpet with the drums. Mark, Greg and I grabbed our bones and
headed to the stage to help out along with Alvin Ford & Russell Batiste on cowbells. The crowd let out a big yell and
we did our bone thing with some trumpet on top. The other Little Feat guys just sat back, watched and smiled.
It’s all they could do without juice to power their keyboards & guitars. After about 10 minutes of random jamming,
we decided to do a second line through the crowd with the 3 bones, Fred on trumpet and Alvin and Russell on cowbells leading it.
We snake through the crowd and make our way back to the stage where the generator has cooled off and Little Feat is waiting to
finish their set. It was a lot of fun, but the fun wasn’t over. Little Feat took over and finished their set.
We came back out for the last 4 songs with them and capped off an amazing day of music.

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